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In the 4th serial incident in Mumbai, a man, age 36, has been joined in the isolation ward of a hospital on suspicion of exposure to the novel coronavirus, hospital officials said on Monday.
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From the fourth event in Mumbai, a person was admitted to this novel coronavirus from the isolation ward of a hospital on suspicion of exposure, officials said on Monday.
“A resident of Tardeo in Mumbai, the man, is maintained under observation”, he said.
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Following the monitoring of passengers had been completed at the Mumbai airport three persons admitted from the hospital for exposure to this virus strain.
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Each of the officials had stated on January 25.
As of January 24, some 2,700 passengers had experienced a screening in the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Airport here following an epidemic because of January 19 f a coronavirus.
No event of disease was discovered in Maharashtra.
The coronavirus is a family of viruses that causes illnesses that range from the frequent cold to espiratory syndromes that are intense, but the virus in China is a publication train rather than seen. It’s killed 26 people up to now and has generated alarm due to its similarity to SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome).